R | | Action, Crime, Thriller
In the near future, a charismatic leader summons the street gangs of New York City in a bid to take it over. When he is killed, The Warriors are falsely blamed and now must fight their way home while every other gang is hunting them down.
Konrad Sheehan plays the roller skating leader of the Punks. Walter Hill auditioned him for the role in early 1978 and asked Sheehan if could roller skate to which her replied that he could. Sheehan had never roller skated and spent the summer of ... ...
It's still on and we're goin'. Cyrus sent an emissary this afternoon to make sure. Now, Cyrus don't want anybody packed and he don't want anybody flexing any muscle. So, I gave him my word that the Warriors would uphold the truce.
Cleon: Now everybody says...
At the Lizzies' hangout, Cochise smiles while he watches Vermin and a girl make out on the couch. Rembrandt then comes to Cochise to ask him how long they are going to be there, and in the background you can see Vermin and the girl walking to the couch.
In the original version, the end credits are followed by 3 minutes of black screen as the Joe Walsh song "In the City" plays.
The TV version with the extra footage (listed here) was time compressed and the 6 minutes is really/roughly 12mins when it is made to match the speed of the film used for the DVD/laser disc versions.
$3,529,675 (USA) (11 February 1979)
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